46% alc., Matured in bourbon barrels, matured in Grenache wine barrels.
Nose: Grapes, raspberries and apples (Pink Lady), toasted malt gives rise to associations with fruity black beers. The bourbon barrels leave a trace of vanilla. ...
Taste: oak - there is the wine barrel. Red fruits, wild berries and spices, maybe cloves? The malt is clearly noticeable.
Finish: Still warm in the stomach, medium to long.
Conclusion: Great "Vintage", created by Jim McEwan. Wine finishes can quickly go wrong. I will introduce some of the distillery Arran even closer. This "Laddie" definitely plays in the first league!
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